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Journal of Nanomedicine & Biotherapeutic Discovery

Journal of Nanomedicine & Biotherapeutic Discovery
Open Access

ISSN: 2155-983X

Journal of Nanomedicine & Biotherapeutic Discovery : Citations & Metrics Report

Articles published in Journal of Nanomedicine & Biotherapeutic Discovery have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. Journal of Nanomedicine & Biotherapeutic Discovery has got h-index 17, which means every article in Journal of Nanomedicine & Biotherapeutic Discovery has got 17 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of Nanomedicine & Biotherapeutic Discovery.

  2021 2020 2019 2018 2017

Year wise published articles

53 55 7 8 11

Year wise citations received

186 177 153 142 91
Journal total citations count 1040
Journal impact factor 59.33
Journal 5 years impact factor 38.19
Journal cite score 37.35
Journal h-index 17
Journal h-index since 2017 15
Important citations

wypij m, golinska p, dahm h, rai m (2016) actinobacterial-mediated synthesis of silver nanoparticles and their activity against pathogenic bacteria. iet nanobiotech.

el-nour km, hassan am, abdulwahid oa (2016) silver and zinc oxide nanoparticles as potential weapons for enhancement of antibiotics activity against multi drug resistant microorganisms. eur j chem 7: 290-297.

singh r, nawale l, arkile m, wadhwani s, shedbalkar u, et al.(2016) phytogenic silver, gold, and bimetallic nanoparticles as novel antitubercular agents. int j nanomedicine 11: 1889-1897.

patil bn, taranath tc. limonia acidissima l (2016) leaf mediated synthesis of zinc oxide nanoparticles: a potent tool against mycobacterium tuberculosis. int j mycobacteriol 5: 197-204.

singh r, nawale lu, arkile m, shedbalkar uu, wadhwani sa, (2015) chemical and biological metal nanoparticles as antimycobacterial agents: a comparative study. int j antimicrob agents 46: 183-138.

قیاثی, محسن شیخ, طباطبائی قمی, کلهر. مقایسه توانایی ایجاد محیط رشد Ùˆ تمایز منا et al.(2015) razi j med sci 22: 18-22.‎

antonini s, montali m, jacchetti e, meucci s, parchi pd, et al. (2016) nanotopography induced human bone marrow mesangiogenic progenitor cells (mpcs) to mesenchymal stromal cells (mscs) transition. front cell dev biol 4:144.

nishikant d, shiva s, rishu t (2016) nanotechnology as a targeted drug delivery system to brain. nano sci nano technol 10: 105.

kaur j, kumari a (2014) exigency for fusion of graphene and carbon nanotube with biomaterials. toxi env chem 96: 699-721.

sheykhhasan m, qomi rt, kalhor n, mehdizadeh m, ghiasi m, et al. (2015) evaluation of the ability of natural and synthetic scaffolds in providing an appropriate environment for growth and chondrogenic differentiation of adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cells. indian j orthop 49: 561-568.

Cuenca ja (2015) characterisation of powders using microwave cavity perturbation.

Heidari m, sattarahmady n, javadpour s, azarpira n, heli h, et al.(2016) effect of magnetic fluid hyperthermia on implanted melanoma in mouse models. iran j med sci 41: 314-321.

Zare t, m. heidari, n. sattarahmady, n. azarpira, h. heli, et al.(2015) photothermal cancer therapy by gold-ferrite nanocomposite and near-infrared laser in animal model. lasers med sci.

Servin f, laura p. cytotoxic effects of nickel nanowires in human fibroblasts .

Fathi karkan s, mohammadhosseini m, panahi y, milani m, zarghami n, et al (2017) magnetic nanoparticles in cancer diagnosis and treatment: a review. artif cells nanomed biotechnol 45: 1-5.

ekoko gb, lobo jk, mvele om, muswema jl, yamambe jf, et al. (2014) gamma irradiation inducing the synthesis of magnetic fe 3 o 4 nanorod particles in alkaline medium. int j mater sci 3: 339-343.

harita b (2015) research and reviews: j pharm pharmaceut sci 4.

eurov da, kurdyukov da, kirilenko da, kukushkina ja, nashchekin av, smirnov an, golubev vg. core–shell monodisperse spherical msio2/gd2o3: [email protected] msio2 particles as potential multifunctional theranostic agents. j nanopart res 17: 82.

Encapsulation of (?)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate (egcg) in solid lipid nanoparticles for food applications

Preparation and characterization of (?)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate (egcg)-loaded nanoparticles and their inhibitory effects on human breast cancer mcf-7 cells

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